The Patriots owner is excited that Jones fell to the team in the first round, but he was quick to remind everyone that New England still has Cam Newton too.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Major Outage Knocks Amazon Web Services OfflineA major outage with Amazon Web Services shut down websites across the East Coast. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Police Investigate Serious 2-Car Crash In MilfordTwo drivers are hospitalized after a crash on Cedar Street in Milford.
At-Home Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Testing Gaining Popularity Ahead Of HolidaysDoctors say these tests are a great resource for testing yourself and family members, but they're not perfect. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
I-Team’s Call For Action Helps Woman Book Massage Envy Appointments Missed During PandemicDuring the pandemic, a Cape Cod woman stopped going to get massages, while still agreeing to pay her monthly fee. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Patriots TE Jonnu Smith Spreads Joy At Boys And Girls Club In DorchesterFrom big plays in Buffalo, to making spirits bright at the Boys and Girls Club in Dorchester. Patriots tight end Jonnu Smith says this is what it’s all about. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Families Being Forced Out Of Malden Apartments By Charter School That Purchased BuildingTenants are speaking out against Mystic Valley Regional Charter School after the school purchased their building and are terminating their leases by the end of the month. WBZ-TV's Zinnia Maldonado reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For December 7, 2021Lynn high school student facing charges after sending school into lockdown; Fraternity at UNH suspended while student's death investigated; FBI, Lowell Police offering $10,000 for help to capture fugitive; Latest forecast.
James Lucien Walks Free After Spending 26 Years Behind Bars On Murder ConvictionJames Lucien, who has spent more than half his life behind bars, is now free after his conviction was overturned.
New England Patriots Foundation 28th Annual Children's Holiday PartyPatriots owner Robert Kraft speaks with WBZ's Dan Roche at the annual children's holiday party.
WBZ Evening Forecast For December 7, 2021Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Massachusetts Was The Most Generous State In 2021, GoFundMe 'Giving Report' FindsWhen it comes to fundraising, no one was more generous than Massachusetts this year.
Man Charged With 7th OUI Offense After Police K-9 Chase Through Oxford WoodsA Worcester man is facing his seventh OUI offense after a crash and police K-9 chase through the woods in Oxford, authorities say.
Alligator Seen In Western Massachusetts River CapturedAn alligator that had been spotted in the wild in western Massachusetts is headed to a new home.
Keller @ Large: Build Back Better TV Ad Truth TestThe TV ads opposing or promoting President Biden's $1.74 trillion Build Back Better bill have been hard to avoid lately.
Peter Pan Offering $10,000 Sign-On Bonuses To Eligible Bus Drivers In MassachusettsPeter Pan Bus Lines is advertising a hefty bonus for new drivers.
Pamela Smart Launches New Effort To Get Out Of Prison For Husband's MurderIn 1990, four teenagers, including one Smart was having an affair with, shot and killed her husband Gregg in Derry, New Hampshire.
Fraternity Suspended As Police Investigate Death Of UNH Student Vincenzo LirosiHundreds gathered for a vigil honoring Lirosi on Monday evening. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Four Walk-In COVID Vaccine Centers Open In New HampshireThe centers are open Monday through Saturday and will not take appointments.
Massachusetts Reports 3,720 New COVID CaseesThe seven-day weight average of positive tests is 4.86%.
Student Charged With Taking 'Authentic Looking' Toy Gun To School In LynnMany parents came to the school to pick up their kids. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Police Locate Car Involved In Somerville Hit & RunA man was seriously injured in a hit and run in Somerville Monday night.
Arc Of Massachusetts Executive Director Remembers The Impact Of Bob Dole's Work For AccessibilityExecutive Director Leo Sarkissian says you can't overemphasize the impact of the ADA.